Stephen Hall

March 9, 2016
rob riley

Rob Riley: An Aboriginal Leader’s Quest for Justice

  Rob Riley was a prominent Aboriginal campaigner; he was articulate in confronting political leaders and he was very shrewd with the media. Riley was at the forefront of many […]
March 8, 2016

The execution of Midgegooroo (by firing squad)

In 2014 the Premier of Western Australia announced the new civic square square that will be above the newly sunk Perth railway station will be known as Yagan Square. Yagan was […]
March 6, 2016

Koorah, Nitja, Boordahwan

Koorah, Nitja, Boordahwan (Past, Present, Future) The Noongar recognition bill is an important part of the Native Title settlement package that has been negotiated between the WA State Government and […]
March 4, 2016

When Fighting Sticks Meet – Noongar Sovereignty and the Queen

Indigenous sovereignty often asserts itself through practices of resistance and recognition. While settler colonial governments have come to offer increasing recognition of indigenous sovereignty by way of things such as […]